If there are lines coming from the transmission to the radiator, it has a cooler in the radiator. If there are lines from the transmission to an external heat exchanger, that would be an auxiliary cooler.
transmission cooler lines runs from transmission to the radiator
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The 1999 - 2006 acura tl's don't have a transmission oil cooler. no cooler lines to the standard radiator either. Phil
These are cooler lines, the fluid flows in them from the transmission to the cooler in the radiator or auxiliary cooler then back on most vehicles to help in keeping the transmission from overheating ASE certified tech / L1
The transmission cooler lines are located coming from the radiator on the bottom. One is for the sending and the other for return. The lines are high pressure, just as your radiator hoses are when the car is running. The lines go from the radiator to the top of the transmission.
If it is a manual transmission you do not have transmission cooler lines. If its an automatic they will be on one side of the radiator and you can follow them to the tranny from there.
Cooler lines should fit.Check and see if you have a 904 or 727 transmission. It should work fine, Good luck.
You need to replace the quick disconnect. Special tools are required to separate the joint without doing damage. Those lines are transmission cooling lines that bring the ATF to and from the cooler.
Check the transmission cooler and cooling lines for a blockage. It is quite possible the cooler is plugged.
Most oil cooler lines run from the transmission to the radiator and can easily be seen from under the vehicle.
Pressure and return lines that goto radiator and or transmission cooler to keep the ATF chilled off.
tranny cooler lines or tranny cooler blew up inside rad
There are a few things that can cause this. First, plugged cooler lines from the transmission to the cooler, which usually is built into the radiator, or mounted in front of it. Second, plugged transmission cooler. Third, plugged filter in the transmission. Fourth, overloading the transmission. Fifth, if the cooler is in the radiator tank, and the engine is running too hot, it will also prevent it from cooling the transmission.
It is on the front of the transmission, under where the cooler lines hook on.
Yes thay all have a transmission cooler built into the radiator, If you follow the 2 transmission lines that come from the side of the transmission up towards the front of the truck, you will see were thay hook to the cooler. Some had a second transmission cooler in front of the radiator if the truck came with a heavy duty tow package
Front of trans, just below the cooler lines.Front of trans, just below the cooler lines.
To replace the transmission solenoid pack on a 1998 Chrysler Sebring, remove the air filter box, the battery, and the battery tray. Remove the 4 bolts on the frame and the trans cooler lines. The solenoid pack is screwed to the to the transmission with 3 10 mm bolts. Remove the solenoid pack and replace it.?æ
On the automatic transmission there are lines from the transmission to the transmission cooler that connect to the radiator
i have never had to replace a transmission line due to wear, unless the line was actually rubbing on something and wore a hole thru it they basically last as long as the car
those would be your transmission cooler lines.
Depending on where the leak is, if there is a weakness in the 350 it was with the oil cooler lines. It turns out that most of the oil leaks from the cooler lines has nothing to do with seals. It's a problem with the cooler line.
All automotive radiators have at least two radiator hose connections. Some have a transmission cooler line, which usually has those two, much smaller and threaded connections. If you do not currently have the two additional lines, you probably either have an external transmission cooler or a manual transmission. In either case, you can usually use a replacment radiator that has the transmission cooler whether or not you need it. Just check your bolt holes to insure it lines up the same.
Yes, pressure and return cooler lines.